It is normal action. If you using sediv.
Wanna know a thing ???
There are BAD things that bring GOOD THINGS !!!
I'm VERY HAPPY with Mr. Div. because of that "limitation" (SeDiv killing HRT ATA terminal) ...
Wanna know why ? Well, i was trying to "hack" HRT with Resource Editor to change the ATA Terminal window name to something else so that SeDiv wouldn't close it down and i did figure out a very coolll thing !!!
- All HRT utilities have the entire code for all utilities on it, including the code for DRE. Example, if you "edit" the universal utility you will see that it contains all other utilities inside of it but with the menus "disabled". It makes sense as HRT is in fact HDD.EXE. COOL thing is that you can get on latest HRT 3.0 (and maybe UDMA) the same menus as on HDD.EXE and work with very old drives.
- BVG was "working" on SCSI drives and i guess they were thinking of doing SCSI tools. Some options are "hidden" inside normal HRT.
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I think that i can unlock those "hidden" menus on HRT and at least i can make just one exe with all the HRT tools on it like HDD.EXE :
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This all started because i was under the impression that if i edited up HRT - ATA terminal window in a way that it would look diferent than SeDiv would not close it up !!!
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Let's see if i can trick SeDiv in letting the HRT ATA terminal RUN at the same time ....
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